AbstractAccording to the national system of medical-statistical accounting and reporting, data on human resources supply, network, staffing, structure, logistics and indicators of the activity of the urological service in Ukraine and Ivano-Frankivsk region were analyzed. It is shown that the urological service of the Ivano-Frankivsk region is characterized by the sufficient provision of qualified personnel, a wide infrastructure in health care institutions of different forms of ownership, the equipment of which allows performing modern mini-invasive interventions only in certain public medical institutions of the secondary level, in еhe Regional Clinical Hospital and in some private health care institutions. It has been determined that despite the performance of the network optimization over the past decade and the reduction of urological beds, their average use continues to decrease, and the average duration of patients’ treatment remains high, indicating irrational use and excessiveness of inpatient urological care.
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